Lionsgate, which saw enormous success from the “Twilight” franchise, is looking for more eternal life. The studio is developing Kate Atkinson’s “Life After Life,” acquiring feature film rights to the…
Tiger Hill Entertainment
Producer Brent Roske has spent the past few years launching a “West Wing”-inspired web series called “Chasing the Hill” that, to his credit, snagged alum Richard Schiff among its cast members. Now…
Showbiz dreams and political commentary mix harmoniously in this entertaining documentary about the first all-girl pop group to emerge from Burma.
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Warner Bros.' "Man of Steel" is hovering just above expectations with a Friday haul of $44.1 million and a new three-day estimate around $115 million.
Wrekin Hill Entertainment has acquired U.S. rights to Gabriele Salvatores' crime drama “Siberian Education,” starring John Malkovich. WestEnd is handling international sales at Cannes. Wrekin Hill…
Indie movie mogul Harvey Weinstein came out guns blazing, bashing Google as an "octopus," and citing the availability of clips of his former company Miramax's 2002 Oscar-winning hit "Chicago" on…
The three senators critical of the portrayal of torture in "Zero Dark Thirty" are now asking the CIA for documents on the cooperation given to the filmmakers but also a clarification from Acting CIA…
Visual effects supervisor Bill Westenhofer was no stranger to animal-oriented projects when he came aboard Ang Lee's "Life of Pi" to realize a digital photorealistic tiger.
Amid defending champion Iran's withdrawal from the competition, a record 71 countries have submitted films for the foreign-language category at February's 85th annual Oscars, the Academy of Motion…
A massive tragedy told in a minor key, Gerard Barrett's invisibly scripted debut captures the plight of bachelor farmers in rural Ireland -- decent men who endure hardscrabble conditions with no kin…
Designed as an obstacle-course version of Musical Chairs, "Oh Sit!" seeks to lower the bar on title puns while answering the burning question, "Could something really be even less intellectually…